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Sep 01 2018

University of Limpopo Students React to Difficult Exam

We are told that the reason whites still have more property than blacks in South Africa is that the unjust legacy of Apartheid creates inequity. Actually, the deck is heavily stacked against whites — and the situation keeps getting still worse. If you want to know the real reason for the achievement gap, consider what happened when students at the University of Limpopo decided that they had been given an exam that was “too difficult”:

Hundreds of students walked out to protest the exam being hard. Hard exams must be another racist legacy of Apartheid.

The exam was for Educational Philosophy. Imagine the mayhem if you asked them to take an exam in Engineering.

When the last of Apartheid’s legacy has been erased, there will be no more exams. Just lots of starving black people, kept half alive by handouts funded on a coercive basis by mainly white taxpayers in other parts of the word.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

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